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privately the santa cruz police department, too, closed its doors and put the city in the hands of the sheriff's department and the chp. >> it's wonderful that they reach out to each other and we -- >> reporter: the support of their community. >> and we love them and that we honor their -- the loved ones that died and that we are there for them in spirit and in prayer. >> reporter: now, again, that vigil continues at the loudoun nelson community center through 8:00 if you want to show up. we'll show you details of that at 11:00. we also know that there are other events, services, vigils, planned for later on in the week and, of course, we'll let you know about those as well. in santa cruz, kris sanchez, nbc bay area news. >>> okay, we will see you at 11:00. we invite to you stay with us here for our continuing coverage of this story both on air and on 0line. just go to our website, nbcbayarea.com to find the latest updates as well as raw video from today's press briefing. that's nbcbayarea.com. >>> new tonight at 6:00, the families of two east bay cyclists feared kidnapped in pe
fan of closing libraries and community centers. >> reporter: the mayor says the city is in a financial position to consider one-time bonuses. that won't be enough. consider starting salaries for the three major bay area cities. in san jose a new officer will make about $72,000 a year. in san francisco $89,000 to $112,000. oakland, $70,000 to $98,000. consider what they actually take home. in san jose they take 20% of their salary toward their pension, about double what officers pay into their pensions in san francisco and in oakland. voters passed the mayor's pension reform overwhelmingly last summer but as the homicide rate reached a 20-year high and response times have gone up for lower priority calls public support could change. >> we're hemorrhaging and they're running to us with a band-aid. it's tourniquet time and they just don't seem to understand that. >> reporter: now if the issue does go to arbitration, the city does have some level of protection because voters passed a measure which forces the arbitrator to consider the ability's ability to pay without compromising other cit
are numbered. the city will only allow it to stay tomorrow, valentine's day, then it has to go. the piano will get one more sunset it at the harbor, one on the boat, and a cremation of sorts. >> i'm going to take it back to my studio and on sunday play the piece one more time. wish me luck. >> reporter: as much as the for example, have enjoyed the serenade, he says they were never meant to go on forever. and yet for the people who experienced them, somehow the music will live on. >> the ocean, the fact that it's out here, that he had the guts to bring it here is very artistic. it's so bay area and it's a story we're all going to remember forever. >> it's humbling in a way. all happy and excited. >> reporter: he met the woman whose family owned the piano in its glory days. though she is sad they couldn't keep it or pay to repair it she is happy to see the fitting sendoff. the last concert tomorrow night. kris sanchez, nbc bay area news. >> that is so romantic. >> wouldn't it be nice to keep it there permanently? >> beautiful. very beautiful. >> and it looked beautiful out there, right, jef
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